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Hong Kong Airlines has configured its A350-900 aircraft into three classes for 334 passengers. There are 33 Business Class seats that can be folded into beds, 108 seats in Economy Comfort class and 193 in Economy class. At first, this machine will provide transportation on regional connection. And from December, it should head over the ocean to the airport in Los Angeles.
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